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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. NTJMBER 36. Busmcss SHrcciorii. C. H. MASON. ATTOUNEY AT LAW. Adams' Block. Bonninirton, Vt. C. H. DARL1NG. AXTOENEY AT LAW. Offlce over First National bank, Ul Bennington. Vt, DB. MARY PAKTRIDGE. o FFICEAT ltESIDENCE, 51UJ tto.Hi aiain si.. uenningion, v u COAL ! COAL ! COAL t LiME AND CEHENT AT WUOLESALE AND ItETAIL. Depot st. J. II.LORlNtt h CO., Bennington. 0. A. PIERCE, BOOESELLER, PRINTER, STATIONKS AND BLANK BOOE MAKEU, Banner Bulldinir, North nt., Bennington. JAMES B. MEACHAM. ATTORNEY AND COUKSELOR AT LAW. 19 SHELDON & CUSHMAN. Attorueys anil Counsellora at Law, anUSolici tora In Chancery. No. 307 Main Street, Bennington. Vt. 19tf-8i W li. Sheldon. O. T. Cnshman. BATCHELDER & BATES. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR8 AT LAW and SoltcItorsinChancory. Office over First National Bank.Bennlngton. 8tl l . K. B ATCHELDEP.. E. L. BATES. II. 0. DAY, M. D. iFlUCE AT DKOO STOKE, ncrfal attantion criven to discases of the neart nd l...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE bWjSTINGTON BAJSTnER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. illKACULOUS KSCAFI5 OF A OIKI. AND CIIILU CHASKI) UVA I1EAK. Aliss Callio McQco of this plaoo had an cxperionco a few days ago that sho will not forgot, and in which sho showed raro courago and preseuco of mindin tho faco of the greatcst dangor. Araoric.i is a small hanilot situatcd in Lco county, in tho wilds of Eastern Koutucky, and con sists of two dwolling houscs, a country storo and a postoffico. For tho past month liiss Callio has becn tcaching school in tho "Bear Creok" district, which lioe on tho watcrs of Bcar Creck. In going to and returning from school each wcck sho is obliged to pass ovcr Bcar Wallow Alountain so callcd by tho old sottlers on account of tho grcat nura bcr of bears that formorly mado it a rcst ing placo in thoir migratious from tho Chimnoy Mountains to tho Cumberland. For SDToral ycars past, howovcr, no bears havo been seon, and tho inhabitants havo long ceased to approhcnd any danger from theso auimal...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. Does Your Back Me? Havo you Headaoho, Dlzzlnoss, Boar ing Down Pains, Palpttatlon of tbe Heart, or frouuont doslro tourlnato? Ia thoro a sediment in ths urlne? Do you bloat? Theso oro common symptoms of kldnoy dlsease, bladder, or femalo troublo. If you wish a cure for Any Kidney, Any Bladder, Any Female Trouble,' KlDNEYlEMEDY Tho hundrcda who havo teated Jt, all say it ia tho quickest and aurest cure. Sold by drugglsta. F. R. WADLEIGH . . . ALTON, N.H. MEIilCAN KKiKPAST QeEEALS. CIIOICEST BRKAKrAST FOOD3, Rilfd Crntn. llulle TCemnvoil. Alreatly O.ioktil, tjiilckly Prrpored, Kailly UlECalol, Kronomlcul. Healttiful, Dtlicioua, Best. CLRGLOat-lhfll THADC White Oats. A180 A.B.O. White Wheat DKSCBIPIITE rHPntCT MEK. TnECEREAi.sMrn.cn 6TBAM COOKED. rATESTED. 6S Mnrray St., NewYork. Sold by all Groccrs. Is composod orpuro and wliolosomo ingrodionts, aiid is tbe most rollablo romedy in themarkct for COTJGHS,1 COLDS and ASTKWA. lOo. & 8...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE BENOTNGTON BAOTER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER..25, 1891. " r v , . 1 BENNINGTON BANNER. , i BENNINGTON: - ? , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1801. , Mns. Hitchcock gavo . a . canl Monday ovening. party' i Miss Hawley of Manchester, is -visit-ing Mrs. Judge Darling. . - TnE Hospital.at the. Soldicrs' Homo, Vijlbo ready for occupancy Oct. 1st Irs. Haynes of Hoosicjf', N. T.j iiats been visiting Mre. Norman Greenslet,' Miss. E, S. Paksientee is quito -ill at hor parent's home in North AdaihsY Mass. . . Meivin Wadsworth is pontemplat ing passing tho winter with friends in ". the West. ' The Misses White entortained a party of their lady fricnds Wednesday aftbr noon last. Miss Ida Munroe of Bostpn Mass., ", is visiting hcr sister, Mrs. William W. Munroo on Willow stroct. ' 1 Jajies Wood, Jr., clork with Squiro.& llawson, lias becn away on his vacation about threo wceks, visiting his parents in Western New Tork. Tiie Bennington Rifles are to hold a regular business meeting next Monday ovening at th...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE' BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, SEPTEMP.ER 25, 1891. 1 V IN THE LOCAL FIELD. " North lionnlucton, Herbort .White lias rooved to Bank streot, occupying tho dwelling vacaed by Trof. E. "W. Howc. A largo amount of rcpairing is being done on the dwell ings conuected witbtho Stone mill prop crty. It seerus - neccssary to presorvo them from utter ruin. The slate ro6fa of tlio storio houses'had become worth less, and havo bcen romovod and wood shingles put on instcad. Old platforms and stcps to many of tho buildings aro boing replaced with new onos, which gives tho locality an appearancc of thrif t Wo aro glad to lcarn thatlliss Nettio Tombs has so far improvcd in hoaltli, as to contemplato a journoy to Hopedale, Mass., and bofore rcturning, to visit in Boston, and a Histor, Mrs. Morcy, in Vilbraham, Mass. Miss Ilolly of New York is spending some tinic with Miss Hessio McCullough. Tho pleasaut wcather for scveral days past, has lcd pleasuro seekors to rcach out in diiTorent diri'ctions for...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. SUMMEK nOTEL I.IFE. lt strikes one oddly to feo a school tcacher, but tho plucky girls wliowait on the tables in tho North Conway hotcls pocket their tins with bright looks and srailes that suggcsts extra gloves and winter hats to tho most unobserviugoyo. Thoy are all young and pretty, carrying therasolves with a little air of self rcspcot very taking. They rattle oft the menu ivith a rapidity that suggests reoitation, and brlngthe order with surprsing ac- curacy. Somo assurao a little air of deep experionce, and say, "I know just about whatyou want," when one attempts to give an order. Thoy havo favorites, of courso, generally among tho olderladies, for whom choico bits are instantly forth coming. At one tablo wesro two Smith college scniors who wero themsolves to teach noxtyear, and the speculative man jier with which thoy handed glasses of lnilk and tho enormous way they sugarod berries told its own story. There were teachers fro...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, S SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. I WAS A FOOL. Yes, thoy said I was a fool not to try Sulpliur Bitters for rlicumatism, from which I had sufTered ovcr two years; but 1 liad tricd so many doctors and uiedi cinos without getting relicf th.it I was discouragcd. I :im now on my fourth bottlo and almost cuml. Iwatafool tliat I didn't try tliat wondoiful rcmcdy beforo. C. G. Piatt, Manchester, N. II. Rev. ITeinau Uuooln Wayland, I). D. of l'hiladelphia was maniod Thursday to Miss Franees Hary Green of Trovi idcnce, after a betroihal of ucaily 40 ycars. Rov. Dr. Vvaylanci is a pon of Dr. Francis Wayland, tho fnmous rrosident of Browu University, and was grcduated at Brown in 1541). Ilo kncw Miss Green whon slio was a yoiuig tHl, and whcn sho was 18 souht hcr hand in marriagc. Thoy wero in lovo willi eaoh other, but Miss Groon's mothor would not consent. Rov. Dr. Wayland ia uow oei 00 aud Miss Green 01. A Pp.fp Investroont. Ib ono which is guarantccd lo liring you satisf...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 25 September 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,,. 1891. Evolutloif of the Harvetter.'' Konsselaer County, at Hoosiok Falls, ia ono of tlio most famous places in tlie world for thc nianufacturo of a great va riety of Harvcsting Machines antl Aprri cultural Implomenta in tliat lino. A writer in Ilarper'a Weekly has followcd tho "Evolution of tho llarvestor" from tho first poriod of tho first man down to the present tinio in a most intercsting paperon that subjcct, from which we collato somo vory suggcstivo and ontor taining 'sfaitcmonts. This writer says that tho original cave-dwollor harvostod his wheat crop by going out'to his flold and gnawing off tho heads of tho grain with his activo jaws. Uut our ablo pro genitor longcd for sometliing botter. Thon thero aroso a thouglitful paleozoio invontor who pointed out that tho grain oould he pulled up by tho roots and tho heads thrashed out in thc palm of tho hand. This satisfied our csteemcd an ccstor, and matters ran along tltus for a fowhu...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

VOL. LI. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. NUMBER 37. V Busincss E3tvcctctn. c. n. MASON. ATTORNEY AT I.AW. - Adanis' Block. Bennington, Vt. 32 C. II. DARLINO. AjCTOKNEY ATI.AW. OfUceovcrFirstNationalbank, 41t' Bennington, vt, DR...MARY PARTRIDGE. o FFICEAT RESIDENCE, , . 51tf No. W3 Jlain St.. uenningicn. v t. OOAL! COALI COAL ! LIME AND CEMENT 4.T WIIOLKSALE AND RETAIL. Depotst., J. II.I.OK1KG & CO-. Bennington. 0. A. PIERCB, BOOKBELLER, FRINTEU, STATIONER andBLANK BOOKMAKER, Ranncr Buildlng,) Korth nt.. Bennington. JAMES MEACIIAM. TTOFNEYAND .,T.,,, SHELDON ife CUSUMAN. A ttoruej s und Counselloru at Law, ano. BoIIci A. tor in Oiani-cry. Ko. 807 Mitfn htrert, Bennincton. Vt. "J W B. Sheldon. II. T. Cu&uman. BATCI1ELDER & BATES. A1TORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW and SolicItorsInChancery. Oflice orer Flrst Nntlonal Eank, Bennington. Mtf J K. BATCHELDER. E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. f "YFF1CE AT DI1UG STOKE, II No. 17, llaln Strcet, Bennington, Vt. Speclal attent...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. SADSAOE. Meat cliopped by tho recently in ventcd machino is choppcd so flnely that tho rcsulting sausago is closo nnd solid (caiising often tho beliof that chcap scr.tps of heef aro raixod with it, which is very rarely tho caso) ; and again, bo causo tlicro is uot suflicicnt fat mixcd with tho lcan pork. For sovoral years I paid sixtccn conts a pound for "good" (country, and thereforo, hand-made) sausago, in a city whero tho best pork sold for oight and tcu conts a pound. This seemcd, finally, absurd; "teud'or loins of pork tcn ccnts, sausage sixteon ccuts." So I hegan to cxporiment for tho beuofit of my family. (My culinary cxperimonts aro a sourco of considerahlo amusemont to my family, but who would not rathor help to disposo of a tlish, occasionally, which is not quito light. than to miss tho brilliant rcsults I sometimes succcod in attaimng, to say motliing of tho opportunity thoy give for Jjright witticisms, at my cxpcnsc, to bo ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. BIR. I'ASSETT'S CAKEER. Tho Portland Advcrthcr yives a re jume of New York's noxt llepublican governor in thoso vronls: IIo was a leader among tlie boys. He is a loader among men. Ho was a sturdy lad. ne would "hook jack" to play ball. Ho was afraid of notliing. IIo hasn't got over it yet. A sohoolraastor was not a taskmaster to him. He lias a retciitivo mcmory. He novcr forgots eitlier a faco or a frieudsliip. Everybody calls him Sloatc. IIo is still ono of tlie boys. Jto haud that is giimed with honost tpil is ever too soilcd for Fassett to grasp. Ho was always tho pet of the town, lafge brainod and largo hearted. tlis homo lifo is an ideal onc. fro has a lovely homo and fivo chil drfn. He was elected Senator four times in spito of tho machiiiations of tho Hill machine. Tho Democrats aro afraid of him. Ilis intcgrity lias uovor becn inas honed. His political career is a mattor of State history. Ho is an all around athlcte, and retain...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

.(BENNINGTON BANNER. BEXXIXGTOX: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S01. ' ReaJu what 6. B. Sibloy luis to say;in another column to-day. Mns. A. B. Gabdxki: gavo a card party Tliursday cvcning. A. I'. Cini-DS and family, aro attend- :ncr tho Brattleboro fair tliis wcck. " F. II. Scott is ijuite seriously ill at his liomo on Plcasant strcct. Xote Miss Sibloy's fall opening qf millinory next weok in anotbor columu. Miss Mahy Wkstfai.l and bor friend Miss Lcna Davis, are visiting at II. L Ilover's. Mit. Edwaiid S.- PARjiKXTr.n is still alivo, but vcry ill with ulcoration of tho stomacli. Miss Aojjes Cahu of Iloosick Falls, X. Y., is visiting fricnds at tho Centcn- nial Houso.- Miss Isaiieli,e Golds-mitii rccently rcturned from a two wccks' visit in Troy, X. Y" Jamks II. LEvr.nicn arrivcd in Ben nington last wcek from Ccntral America, tiu San Francisco. Wij.ijam Toojiey and D. A. Ward, Jr., havo movcd into thcir now homcs built 011 Grand Yiow Tcrraco. Tiik new mill of Tho Lashor Knitting Company will ...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNERj ?BIDAY, QOTQBER 2, ,1891. We have not lost our pride in tho old Green Mountaiu Stato which forfourteen years maintaincd a soparato indepcnd ence on tlio cohstitutional foundation which our aucestors bclped to lay. "Wo all reniomber and aro not likely to forget the many names in tlio Olin family which havo addcd lustro to tho long list of legislatora, theologians, jour nalists, lnanufaeturers aud artisans of tho present contury, and wo flnd hy studying this mcoriug to-day an almost comploU) answer to tho iuestion which has agitated this comtnunity aud others for tho last few ycars, as to why Ver mont fanns aro abandoued or tho popu lution of tho Stato doos not incrnaso. The families iucreaso at such a rato that thojStato becomes too small for them.nud thuy are ueoessitatcd Ui go out audbuild up othcr States." Col. Olin Scott closcd with a rofcreuco to tho railroad collision aud with au ex tcnsion of a hcarty welcome to all. Aflor a song: "Ilappy Greoting to All...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. A MODKKN KVANQEI.INE. When ciroumstancc$ seomed to compcl the separation of John Black and his young wife Jilollio, neither of thom bo lieved that it would bo for a long tirao. John had found what looked like a good opcning in Novada, and as ho bad appar ently exhanstcd his luok at tho East, his wifo did not oppoo his dctermination to follow tho advico of Horaco Grecley. Mollio was to go to lier parents, who lmd a livclihood on a soraowhat stony Con necticut farm, nnd both fully expccted that in a yoar at most Jaok would bo in a position to seud for her and they would bo ablo to mako a homo on the Pacifio slopo. Thoy partcd iu 1855, and tho war had broken out, been fought to tho bitter end, and concluded, boforo thoy met agaiu. There was uothing much out of tho common in this oxpericnce. Tho caso of John Ulack is a thoroughly typical ono. Ho was what is called a good fellow which generally moans a sclf-indulgcnt fellow. Ho was excollen...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FKIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. NOTES FOK CKIIiUKEN. Little Maud Miriam ono day cspied an empty ink bottlo of peciiliar pattern on thopantry sholf. "0, Katio!" sho ex claimod, "that's goin' to bo my salt cel lar?" "But that isn't Tor salt, that's for ink, my dcai" "Thun it's my ink cul lar," sho asserted, aiul bovo it away in liimupli. Quiuy. Can any of young frifiids tell why the rccopt.iclu for salt :n csllcd a "salt-ccHnr ?"' The little maid had fl'.ted hor "ink ccllar" with ink and had aucceodod in spilling most of it on her cleau pinaforo. "Oh. 'Mum!'" exclahus tho muoh en dnriiiK niamn," what did you do thut for?" Now "Mum" was a veritablo chattei-box, theroforo tliis sarcastic nicknamc,- but on this occapion tho littlo maid resolvcd not to bolio hm appolla tion; so, inimediatclyassuminga"vorn out" exprcssion that was comieal to sco, sho answered faintly as sho sank into tho depths of tho "slccpy liollow," "l's so-o tired I can't tclll" Quory. -Are we ahvays re...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 2 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, EEIDAY, OCTOBER 2,(1 1891. OLIN EXOURSION TRAIN LAST DIVISION BADLY WKEGKED. SEVEItAL K1LI.RD AHD FKO.U 20 TO 30 INJIJKKD. During tho past week much intcrcst has bcon manifcstcd in tho Olln oxcur sion, espcciiilly aftor tho publication in last wcek's Bannek, Tho dispatch ro coivcd by tho railroad officiais hcro Slon day saying -tlist tho train consisted of fivo scctions of 50 cars, all told, sorved to cnhanco tho intorost. On Tucsday tho sixth soctiou of ton cars was bullotined, inaking CG cars iti all. Whcn it becamo known AVodnosday that an accidont had occurral in whioli sovoral wcro killod and froin '.." to 30 wero injured, a largo nuraber of inquiries wcro mado by our pcoplc. Wednesday evoning papers placcd tho list of killcd at flve, and con fined to tho sixth section of tho train con taiuing tho JUohigan branch of tho Olin family. Tho followiug dispatch of yestorday gives particulars as follows: Akkox, U., bopt. 30 Early this mbrn ing a collision occurr...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

4 ittHt YOL. LT. BENNINGTON, VT., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891. NUMBER 38: Business IBivcctovj). 0. H. MASON. ATTOnNEY AT LAW. Adama' Block. Bennington, Vt. 32 O. H. DARLING. ArTOUNEY ATLAW. Olllce over First Natlonal bank, 4lf Bennington. Vt, Dli MARY PARTMDGE. o FFICF.AT RF.SIDENCE, SltlJ Ko.WMain bl.. urnniuKion, 11. COAI! C0AL1 COAL! LXXIE AND CEMENT VT WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL. Depot st., J. H.LORINH 00., Bennington. C. A. PIERCE, BOOKSELLEH, l'RINTER, STATIONER AND 11LANK HOOK MAKER, Banner Bullding,) North nt Bennington. JAMF.S 13. MEACHAM. ATTORNEY AND .;0I!N8EL0R AT LAW. 18 SHELDON & CUSIIMAN. Attorney s and Counsellors at Law, anu Solicl -tots in Chancery. No. 8u7 Main Street, Bennington. Vt. ' m liltf-82 W B. Sheldon. II. T. Cushman. BATCHELDER & BATES. ATT0RNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW , and Sollcltorsin Chancery. Office over Flrst Natlonal Bank, Bennington. S6tf J . K. B ATOHELDEE, E. L. BATES. H. U. DAY, M. D. giFFlUE AT DROU STOKE, t No. 17, Main Strect, Bennington, Vt...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891. A'SKSSIBLK TOUSO WOMAN, It was a plcasant room. In iibonrding lionso to bo sure, but thougk It was not jwjrp than twolvc by fourtccn leut, aud thj articlos of furnituro ncarly . ovcr lappcil caoh otlior all tho way rouiul, tlio roi)m ilid not striUo 0110 as lieins: clut tett'd or anything butbriglitantl orderly. 'Possibly tlio young larty -vlio at by 'tli'i windown had stamped hor personal ifv ou tlio iiianimatc objects; at least an lUCxpcctcd friciid cuiniug iu ono day 3i.vd exclaiiucd : "Your room looks just lilic you, Alico!" " wontlcr, sinco for llvo succcssivo suminoTS Miss Alico Gay loi'd had occupicd tlio samo room. Sho " liad lcarncd wliat to bring and wlmt to leavo bcliind. A fow boohs, a fcw photograplis, two or thrco daiuty baskets, a pretty scrap or two, and tlio dcft touch which trausformcd 'th'ngs" so tliat thcy bccame paits of a liQiue. It was ono of thoso hmiscs whcrc insuy strangcrs gathor ycar after yenr, Imt always w...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

THE BENNINGTON BANNER, FJRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 1891. TUE I.OSS OV A GtlEAT l'AINTING. Frift: GoozKjman was a. i;tintev. JLTo pninted sip;ns mul hls own noso, for ho was an incbrinto as well as an artist. Io wna nover knowu to paint a sign, 110 ni.it tor how small, without aKcemling and dRsccudinp as did tho angels 011 tlio lad der in Jacob's dreani, in pursuit of beor, of which ho was very fond. Tlio moio Goozloman wcnt up aud down tliat lad der tlio ncarer heavcn did ho imngino himsolf to bc. IIo was a littlo cranky in his spelling of tho EnRlish namcs, which matio somo otTils customors a trllle iinpaticiit. Dr. Lomltnrd, for instancc, kickod vigorous ly whcn he rcad "Dr. Homliard" on his sign. Goozleraau rarcly bcgan to paint a sign at thc betriuning. Ile was as lia blo to bcgin in tho intddlc of a nmu'B namo as anywherc olso, and having paintod a fow lcttors, off ho would fo after somc bocr and not be bnck in a weok. In tho weaiitinio tho passcrs on tho street would joor at tho mimcau...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bennington banner. — 9 October 1891

I THE BEMNGTON B&NNEK, ' FRIDAY,1 'OCTOBEB; 1 9, ' '1891. BENNINGTON BANNkR. BENNINGTON: FRIDAY, OCTOBEIt 0, 1891. ' Miss Xellik Xewtox is ill with ty jiboitl fovcr. . Ix anothor column T S. Plumb ad vcrtiscs for 100 barrols of apples. 3Iits. CiiAitLKS Bajixes foturncd this weck from licr vislt to Xow York. ' - TjioMAS Hall, a., tcn ycar old son of ,diiram Hall, fell and broko liis lcg near -tbo hip, recontly. r-, The now roads on Judgo E. Livings- ton Sibley's land nre now bemg worked by Jolm II. Bahan. Mks. C. J. Wheeleu and son of Scho ncctady, N. Y., aro visiting with Mr. and Mrs. James Morrissoy. Piiof. Claisk arrived' in town this week and is stopping at tho Putnam IIousc. Sco notico clscwhcre. It is currently reportcd that Cliilds & Powcrs liavo bought tho lieformer mort gage. editorial attacbmcnt and all. The frescooing on tho St. Francis do Salcs clmrcli is proceediug rapidly. It is ono of tho vory flncst jobs yct dono in tlio State. Tiik Bennington Knitting Company...

Publication Title: Bennington Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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